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I have a 3 year old cat that suddenly started limping. Limping occurs off and on. Stopped eating for one day but started in again. I took him into the vet - vet could find nothing - no fever, swelling, no weight loss, Limping is intermittent. Vet gave him pain meds which worked the first day - he started to resume some normal activities. He can get off and on countertops off and on. Limping seems worse in the morning. Started lifting front paws up one at time today and didn't want to put pressure on them. Since he is a young cat - he has been a totally active cat for the 6 months I've had him streaking over tables, countertops and sometimes crashing into walls. I feel he has probably caused his own injures, but I am worried. I'm having my husband take him back for blood work and possibly x-rays. Frustrated.

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